Past notice
Archive report of meeting
Thursday 26th April 2012
How to thrive rather than survive in the current economic climate
a talk by Shaun Brookhouse

You may just have noticed that the United Kingdom is going through an unprecedented financial catastrophe at the moment.

In common with millions of others, many practitioners are facing difficulties paying their bills making any thought of expansion or growth simply out of the question.

But does it have to be this way? At the society's April 2012 meeting Shaun Brookhouse examined innovative ways of helping therapists grow their practices – even in hostile financial climate.

These strategies Shaun explained can be implemented immediately and with little or no cost.
One of British hypnotherapy's most recognised figures, Shaun brought more than 23 years of experience as a clinician and 19 years as an educator to this presentation.


Shaun Brookhouse
Shaun Brookhouse

Is the Director of Brookhouse Hypnotherapy Ltd and the Principal of the National College of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy.
He is a UKCP, EAP, EAHP, and WCP, Registered Hypno-Psychotherapist, a National Society of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy hypnotherapist/hypno-psychotherapist, and a CNHC Registered Hypnotherapist. Additionally, he is a UKASFP Accredited Solution Focused Practitioner and a UKCP Registered Clinical Supervisor.
Shaun has been a registered Hypno-Psychotherapist since 1996, as well as being an accredited hypnotherapist since 1989. He has undertaken over 5000 hours of clinical training in addition to conducting over 22,000 client sessions since 1989

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